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Postcode: SA46 | code search
Population: 1500
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Aberaeron Events

Aberaeron Bank Holiday Carnival
Aberaeron Festival of Welsh Cobs
Cardigan Bay Regatta

Annual Funfair & Street Market

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Monachty Hotel
"hotel and staff very nice. but we had to cut our stay short, because the town hall bell chimes every hour, and 1/2 hour, so at 1 o,clock 1 chime ..." More

Castle Hotel
"I had the most enjoyable time, we were down for the august bank holiday weekend and the town was alive with community spirit. We felt very welcomed, and the staff ..." More

Aeron Coast Caravan Park
"Had a great time at Aeron coast,we were a large group and stayed a week,apart from being told we had too many Cars between us(some of us bought 2 ..." More

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Latest reviews | Events in Aberaeron | 10 Places to Stay

The small town of Aberaeron is much more than a stopping off point between Cardigan and Aberystwyth. It is said that some places feed both body and soul; Aberaeron is one of them. For peace and tranquility pause to take in the views from the picturesque harbour overlooked by pastel painted Georgian houses but it’s the gourmet who really has a treat in store. If you stay at one of the fine G & B’s (not a misprint - you are in bilingual Wales) such as the Arosfa , renowned as a past winner of the Best Welsh breakfast , you can start the day with the finest Welsh produce served by a genial host , resplendent in bow tie and apron. If not, you can feast at lunchtime on the (reputedly) best fish & chips in Wales as you envy the yachting fraternity making their way round the spectacular coastline. – watch out for seagulls though - they are also partial to chips! If you prefer an evening meal dine at the Harbourmaster’s boutique hotel but save room for honey ice-cream and if food loses its appeal, a trip to a nearby craft centre like Clos Pengarreg provides other aesthetic temptations.


Aberaeron Sea Aquarium Coastal Voyages
South Beach


Aeron Coast Caravan Park

Caravan Park

Aeron Coast Caravan Park
Cwmsaeson Caravan Park
Wide Horizons Holiday Park


Henny Penny Cottage
Polly Cottage
Thatched Cottage
Ty Ffynnon
Ty Nant


Ceredigion County Council


Dental Surgery


Tanyfron Surgery
The Surgery

Farmers Market

Aberaeron Farmers Market

Holiday Park

Wide Horizons Holiday Park


Castle Hotel
Feathers Royal Hotel
Monachty Hotel


Aberaeron Country Market
Aberaeron Farmers Market

Pub and Bar

Black Lion
Cadwgan Inn
Feathers Royal Hotel
Harbourmaster Hotel
Prince Of Wales


Black Lion
Feathers Royal Hotel
Harbourmaster Hotel
New Celtic Restaurant
Pengarreg Restaurant


Aberaeron Comprehensive School
Canolfan Iaith Ysgol Gyfun Aberaeron
Ysgol Gynradd Aberaeron


Evans & Davies
Gwynne Hughes



Sports Clubs

Aberaeron CC (Cricket)

Aberaeron TC (Tennis)


Clive Williams
J R Evans & Co
Owain’s Butchers
Naturally Scrumptious
Trysordy Cymru

Places to Stay near Aberaeron

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Castle Hotel (0.02 miles)

Castle Hotel
The Castle Hotel offers the finest selection of food and drinks from it's Bar and Restaurant together with newly refurbished accommodation makes this the perfect place for your stay in Wales. We have 6 ... More | visit website
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Monachty Hotel (0.04 miles)

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The Monachty Hotel is a friendly Inn in the centre of Aberaeron. Overlooking the River Aeron to the rear, you can sit and relax on our terrace with a ... More

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Feathers Royal Hotel (0.18 miles)

Feathers Royal Hotel

The Feathers Royal Hotel has a strong tradition of hospitality. As the focal point of the picturesque Georgian seaside harbour town of Aberaeron on the beautiful Cardigan Bay Coast, the hotel was originally built in ... More | visit website

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Lima House (0.35 miles)

Lima House
Lima House like many of the grade 2 listed buildings in Aberaeron was built around 1850. Many of the houses in the town are named after ships that were built there and Lima House is ... More | visit website
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Ty Gwyn Guesthouse (0.56 miles)

Ty Gwyn Guesthouse

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Tŷ Gwyn Guest House offers 4 star bed and breakfast accommodation in Aberaeron. Situated just a few hundred metres from the sea, Tŷ Gwyn boasts 3 en-suite bedrooms, a spacious ... More

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TyGlyn (3.49 miles)

Welcome to TyGlyn. Set in the heart of Ceredigion, located in an unspoilt area with magnificent views down the Aeron valley. An independent family-owned business, the TyGlyn prides itself on its competitive prices, friendly, informal ... More | visit website
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Beechwood House (3.87 miles)

Beechwood House
Beechwood is a four star B and B conveniently situated between Aberaeron and New Quay in the small village of Llanarth. Very tastefully furnished to a high standard, you will have a true Welsh welcome ... More | visit website
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Ty Mawr Mansion Country House (4.00 miles)

Ty Mawr Mansion Country House

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Winner of the AA Guest Accommodation Award for Wales for 2007-2008Beautifully restored Country House in 12 acres of Grounds. Luxurious bedrooms and bathrooms. All rooms have free broadand access, LCD ... More

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Falcondale Mansion Hotel (10.73 miles)

Falcondale Mansion Hotel

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Set in 14 acres of wooded grounds and gardens, this relaxed country house hotel is only a mile from the university and market town of Lampeter. Falcondale Mansion Hotel is set ... More | visit website

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Grannell Hotel (10.82 miles)

Grannell Hotel
The Guest House is surrounded with stunning views and rural countryside, which you can view from the conservatory. This is ideal for walkers or cycling. Public transport is available on the main road. On site ... More | visit website

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